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Best vegetarian degustation menus

A year on from its opening, Cure, the Modern European restaurant on Keong Saik Road headed by chef Andrew Walsh, has just introduced a la carte menu creations…

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The 11 Hottest Restaurants in Singapore Right Now

Years after planting Esquina on the city’s radar, Andrew Walsh decided to wash his hands of tapas in favor of affordable fine dining. At Cure, a minimally embellished “bistronomie” he opened on…

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Cure’s new a la carte menu

Since Cure was opened last year, chef-owner Andrew Walsh has been pushing out innovative set menus at the chic and minimalist 40-seater. Now, he has introduced an a la carte option so you don’t need to commit to a full prix fixe menu…

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Buro 247: Our shortlist of the top eats and treats in town

There’re plenty of dining options along Keong Saik Road, but not all of them manage to hit the sweet spot the way Cure does. The restaurant opened last year with tasting menus only, but chef-owner Andrew Walsh has since introduced an à la carte option for those who prefer to chart their own course…

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Lifestyle Asia: Cure – Accessible fine dining for all

Since it opened last July, Cure has become one of the more popular spots in the vibrant Keong Saik dining enclave, because of its innovative Modern European fine dining cuisine at pocket-friendly prices. Formerly serving only prix fixe menus, the restaurant has recently added a new à la carte repertoire to offer discerning diners more options…

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ST Food: Cure for a tired palate

Over the past decade, many excellent fine-dining restaurants have opened in Singapore. But unless you are willing to pay $200 and more a head – a lot more, in some cases – chances are, this change in the dining scene here would not have meant much to you. Which is why I wish there were more restaurants like Cure.

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